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Gina Carano Dropped a Bucket of Transphobia in Star Wars' Lap

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 13, 2020 |


With John Boyega putting Star Wars on blast less than a week ago, the last thing the franchise needs is another controversy like, oh I dunno, Gina Carano going on a transphobic tear on Twitter. Probably not helping. (The Mary Sue)

Speaking of shooting yourself in the foot, tensions between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are now back to 2016 divorce levels thanks to his little stunt in France. (Lainey Gossip)

Captain America accidentally uploaded a dick pic to Instagram, and the internet reacted accordingly. (Dlisted)

Who the hell pays Lindsay Lohan upfront? Haha, why would you do that? (Celebitchy)

I want to say I’m surprised by this racist nonsense from a Pennsylvania diner, but I’m not. Not even a little bit. (The Root)

Warner Bros. really doesn’t want people to know how stupid it was to release Tenet in theaters, so it’s hiding the box office numbers now. (The AV Club)

From Roxana: The NFL is America, just not the way it wants to pretend. (Defector)

From Kayleigh: “I have a new favourite Instagram account.” (Fake Criterion Closet)

Maybe it’s just the pandemic or surviving our first week of cyber school, but this clip cracked me the hell up today.

“The idea that it, specifically Q, doesn’t fit into a really clear broad political trajectory for the last 40 years is either willfully ignorant, or just damagingly naive about the role that politics has been playing in the United States.” (Religion Dispatches)

Hugo Weaving getting mad as hell at right-wingers completely missing the point of The Matrix and V for Vendetta is just… *chef kiss* (IndieWire)

ABC News asked Sunny Hostin to edit out passages from her memoirs where she experienced racism on the set of The View. She told them to suck it. (Decider)

Debcapsfan has been trying to avoid reading sci-fi books by white guys, but Max Gladstone’s Empress of Forever and its badass heroine came so highly recommended she couldn’t resist. "I really loved that she’s faced with terrible and dangerous situations right off the bat." Who are your favorite badass women of science fiction? (Cannonball Read 12)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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